Google has increased the pressure on Microsoft to issue security fixes before its scheduled date of 14 March, with the search giant disclosing details of another vulnerability in Windows that can be exploited to gain administrator status.
A day after it said it would not be issuing any security fixes until 14 March, Microsoft has issued a patch to fix bugs deemed to be critical in versions of Adobe's Flash Player that run on several versions of Windows.
Despite its recent claims to be focusing on security, the number of vulnerabilities in Microsoft products grew from 703 in 2015 to 729 in 2016, according to VulnDB statistics released by Risk Based Security, a company that sells analytics and user-friendly dashboards designed to identify security risks by industry.
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